Lady Gaga has always created a lot of publicity, thanks to open her eccentric forms and fashion statements. In fact, her fame is now so large that it not only has the record for most number of followers on Twitter, but also makes out a profit of $ 30 million from it.
As per to the Wall Street Journal, the pop star makes a third of its $ 90 million in revenue, thanks to all the interaction she has with her fans, that's just to show - it pays to be truly social!
In fact, the world seems safe gaga for Gaga, but communication with the star is about to become a one way street. In an forthcoming converse with Oprah Winfrey, pop star expresses that she pull the plug on interviews with the press in the immediate future and take a vow of self-imposed silence.
From now it’s confusing how long this break will be in the media or if they break even social media like Twitter. But if you do, your little monsters will definitely have anything to say.
However, this is not the first time a Hollywood star has permanently (or temporarily) withdrawn from the front. Sandra Bullock, fell short of the radar of the media in 2010, after its adoption and marriage scandal fills the tabloid covers. Fortunately, the actress is back from her sabbatical and gives too much open to interviews these days.
In addition, John Mayer determined to entirely close the Twitter account back in 2010, after a disputed interview with Playboy magazine has received many negative comments.
Ashton Kutcher lived a same situation in 2011 when he published a tweet wrong about Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, in his report on social media. And although it does not delete your account, such as Mayer, who "tweet" the power of its management team, which was likely the best presented.
In 2009, Sean Penn, received a full rest with action, ostensibly to spend more time with his family, including the rejection of the left two film projects, the Three Stooges and cartels to do so. But unfortunately, his plan is not working too well because his wife Robyn Wright filed for divorce later that year.